"G.I. Joe" and "Transformers" are heading back to Hasbro.
U.S. new media guru Clay Shirky, who popularized the phrase "the Internet runs on love," is to give the Futureview address at this year's Edinburgh International Television Festival.
Turner Entertainment boss Steve Koonin has caught the industry’s attention this week by storming into broadcasters’ upfront week with its programming presentation this ayem at Gotham’s Hammerstein…
CBS is looking for laughs next season, expanding its comedy presence to Wednesday nights with a new block anchored by "The New Adventures of Old Christine" and newcomer "Project Gary," starring Jay…
CBS is going back to what execs believe the network does best.
CBS believes it has found an opening in the comedy space, adding a new night of half-hours and broadening out its laffer roster. Eye surprised some — even inside Warner Bros. TV — by ordering a full…
Multinational shingle Taffy Entertainment announced Tuesday that Mexico's top broadcaster Televisa has purchased free TV rights on two of its children's programs, "Growing Up Creepie" and superhero…
Bemoaning the collapse of network primetime ratings? ABC late night host Jimmy Kimmel thinks the tide’s about to turn. "TV sets are bigger than ever, kids are fatter than ever and gas has never been…
Hollywood's major TV studios are suddenly in a New York state of mind.
ReelzChannel is anchoring its summer programming around the season's bigscreen blockbusters.
The South African Broadcasting Corp. has launched the SABC News Agency, which will make the pubcaster's news and current affairs content available to paying clients.